Summary Website Disclaimers may be inserted onto a website to caution site visitors against making decisions based on the information provided.
Who should use Site Disclaimers? A person that has a website, specifically containing information, reviews, guidance and other documents, should consider inserting written disclaimers. Disclaimers caution the reader that the website owner cannot be held liable for damages as a result of a reader’s reliance on the information in the website. There are three different notices provided:
- A general disclaimer;
- A disclaimer advising against reliance on the information, for example for legal, accounting, financial services or medical websites;
- A disclaimer against the formation of a professional relationship.
What do the Disclaimers look like? The sample web disclaimers each consist of a simple clause that can be inserted on the website page.
What do you need to do to use these Disclaimers?
- Identify which sample disclaimer clause you want to insert into the website.
- Change the clause if desired, and ensure that the clause is prominently added to the website.
Website Disclaimers Template South Africa [Microsoft Word Doc]
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